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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is deception and decade is 1770s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. JAMES BOLLAND, Deception > forgery, 19th February 1772.

    252. (M.) JAMES BOLLAND was indicted for feloniously forging and counterfeiting on the back of a promissory note for payment of money, drawn by one Thomas Bradshaw , and indorsed by one Samuel Pritchard , which said note is in the words and figures followi...
  2. JOHN WILLIAMS, Deception > forgery, 9th September 1772.

    627. (L.) JOHN WILLIAMS was indicted for feloniously forging and counterfeiting a bank note , in the words, letters and figures following, No. 453 I promise to pay to Mrs. Frans Jewson , or bearer, on demand, the sum of Ten pounds. London the 10 day of Feb...
  3. THOMAS TAYLOR, Deception > forgery, 18th October 1775.

    786. (M) THOMAS TAYLOR , the younger , was indicted for that he having in his possession on the twenty fifth of May last, at St. Paul's Covent garden , a bill of exchange, bearing date the eleventh of May 1775, under the hand of John Boult : whereby he, fo...
  4. KENNETT WILLIAM M'KENZIE, Deception > fraud, 4th April 1779.

    254. KENNETT WILLIAM M'KENZIE was indicted for obtaining, by false pretences, a silver hilted sword, value 4 l. 14 s. 6 d. the property of Thomas Daltry , Nov. 19th . The prosecutor was called, but not appearing, his recognizance was ordered to be estreate...